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Removing Pet Stains and Odors from Carpet

Removing Pet Stains and Odors from Carpet: Best Left to the Pros?

According to the ASPCA, 44% of all American households have a dog, while 35% have a cat. Most pet owners know that, while we love our furry friends, they can leave a lasting impression on your carpets. Whether it’s a visible stain or a persistent odor, it probably feels like your carpets will never be the same again. However, if you take quick action and follow up with a professional, visitors to your home might not believe that a pet lives there unless they see Rover or Fluffy with their own eyes. Read on for more information about removing pet stains and odors from carpet.

 

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House cleaning feedback

Your Feedback is a Good Thing for Your House Cleaning Company

Whether they’re choosing a new place to get their hair cut or where they’re going to eat dinner tonight or even a cleaning company, most people depend on feedback. Some ask their friends and family for input in their decisions, while others rely on sites such as Yelp or Google to check the feedback from strangers. Now more than ever, businesses require feedback to succeed. Let’s explore how your feedback can be good for your cleaning company.

 

 

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Window washing

Ready for Spring? Top Tips for Best Window Washing Practices

As the weather warms up and the days grow longer, many homeowners start to notice just how dirty their windows have gotten over the long winter. But what are the best window washing practices that every homeowner should know to achieve truly clean windows? We’ve got the tips you need to ensure that you’re not simply pushing the dirt from side to side, but instead unleashing the power of clean to improve your view as the spring blooms around you.

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Household cleaning chemicals

Household Cleaning Chemicals – How to Keep Your Family Safe

When you think of poisons, it’s likely that you envision a menacing bottle with a skull and crossbones featured prominently, not the cleaning products you store under your kitchen sink. However, the cleaners and solvents that you use in your home are just as dangerous to your family as the bottle you pictured in your imagination. We’ve got some useful tips to keep your family safe from the everyday household chemicals that are found in every home.

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